League Two Opta Facts March 17th – 18th
Cambridge v Tranmere
Michael Nelson rescued a point for ten-man Cambridge in the reverse of this fixture in December.
Tranmere have scored at least once in each of their last five meetings with the U's (W3 D1 L1).
The U's have won just once in their last 11 games in league competition, losing five (D5).
Rovers have conceded more headed goals than any other team this season (16).
Dag & Red v Plymouth
Dagenham have never beaten Plymouth in nine attempts in league football (D3 L6), though they did beat them in the FA Cup in 2003.
Reuben Reid has scored four goals in his last three games against Dagenham for Plymouth.
The Daggers have conceded 36 goals in the second half this term; no side has shipped more. In fact 16 of those have arrived in the final 15 minutes (a league-high).
Plymouth have kept a league-high 18 clean sheets.
Exeter v Stevenage
Exeter have won none of their three previous Football League meetings with Stevenage (D2 L1).
There has been just three goals scored in the three previous Football League meetings between these sides (2 for Stevenage).
The Grecians have won 23 points from losing positions so far this season, a league-high.
Stevenage have won four and lost none of their last seven games.
Mansfield v Wimbledon
Mansfield have won two of their three Football League meetings with AFC Wimbledon (D1).
The Dons have failed to score in any of their three Football League meetings with Mansfield.
The Stags won the reverse of this fixture 1-0 in December thanks to a Vadaine Oliver goal, despite being reduced to 10-men in the first half.
There have been just two goals in three Football League meetings between these sides, compared to 13 in four meetings between them in the Conference.
Billy Kee has scored four goals in four league games against the Dons, though these all came for Burton.
AFC Wimbledon have won two of their three previous trips to Mansfield, losing the other (including Conference).
Morecambe v Shrewsbury
After a run of three wins in a row against them, Morecambe have lost each of their last three against the Shrews, failing to score a single goal.
Neither side has scored more than one goal in any of the five previous meetings between the two in Morecambe.
Morecambe have lost their last three home games, failing to score in the last two.
No side has scored more second half goals this season than the Shrews (31).
Newport v Luton
Newport haven't beaten Luton in the Football League since October 1966. They did however beat them in the Conference the last time Luton visited (4-2 in December 2012).
Luton have already beaten Newport twice this season, scoring seven goals in the process (once in the FA Cup, once in the league).
Newport are without a win in five at home, conceding exactly one goal in each match (D2 L3).
Luton have lost five of their last six in league competition, winning the other.
Northampton v Carlisle
The Cobblers are unbeaten in their last three at home to Carlisle (W2 D1).
Brad Potts scored the winner as Carlisle secured a 2-1 victory in the reverse of this fixture in December.
Northampton have scored 35% of their goals in the final 15 minutes this season; a league-high share (19 goals).
No side has been shown more red cards in League Two this campaign than the Cumbrians (6).
Oxford v Hartlepool
Oxford have only failed to score once in 13 previous encounters with Hartlepool.
Pools have had a player sent off in two of their last three meetings with Oxford.
Oxford have conceded only one goal in their last five games, winning two (D3).
Hartlepool have scored just five goals in their last 12 away league games and never more than once in that run.
Portsmouth v Cheltenham
All three previous meetings between these sides have ended in a draw.
Omari Sterling-James scored in the reverse of this fixture for Cheltenham, his first goal for the club.
Last weekend, Matt Tubbs scored his 20th goal in all competitions this season.
The Robins have recorded just one victory in their last 12 games, drawing five and losing six.
Wycombe v Accrington
The last three meetings between these sides have ended in a draw.
Stanley have kept a clean sheet in three of their six previous visits to Adams Park, including each of the last two.
Last weekend, Sam Wood (Wycombe) scored the third fastest goal in League Two this season (39 seconds).
Only Exeter (4) have kept fewer clean sheets in 2014/15 than Accrington (5).
York v Bury
York came from two goals down to rescue a point in the reverse of this fixture in December.
Daniel Nardiello was sent off in this exact fixture last season as Bury slipped to a 1-0 defeat.
Only George Francomb (10) has provided more assists in League Two this season than Michael Coulson (9).
York have scored just 12 goals at home this term, a league-low.
Burton v Southend
Burton have won three and lost two of their five previous home meetings with Southend (including play-offs).
Excluding the play-offs, Southend have kept a clean sheet in each of their last three meetings with Burton.
Adam McGurk has scored two goals in four games against Southend for the Brewers. However, both of these goals came in the play-offs last season.
Southend won this exact fixture last season thanks to Freddy Eastwood's 90th minute strike.
The Brewers have had a man sent off in their last two home games against Southend.
The Shrimpers played out their first 0-0 draw of the season in the reverse of this fixture in December.